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Nyton Road, Aldingbourne, West Sussex, PO20

Guide price £1,195,000

5 Beds 3 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: CHI200033

Aldingbourne

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Beautiful Jacobean cottage
  • Masses of accommodation
  • 5 double bedrooms
  • Lovely beamed sitting room with huge inglenook
  • Very spacious dining room
  • Mezzanine study
  • Clive Christian kitchen
  • Massive utility room
  • Cloakroom
  • Potential lettings suite
  • Double garage
  • 1.5 acre grounds

THE PROPERTY

Knighton Grange Cottage is an enchanting, listed Grade II, 17th Century house of considerable character and proportions. Originally believed to have been three separate cottages, the property has been sympathetically updated by the current owners and now incorporates a stunning kitchen/ breakfast room with elegant Clive Christian kitchen units. The accommodation has retained much of its original character, with oak beams much in evidence and two magnificent Inglenook fireplaces with the date 1628 carved in the bressumer beams. The property has a delightful facade of brick and flint with exposed timber framing, beneath a thatched roof. The garden and grounds, incorporating a secluded walled garden and hard tennis court provide a beautiful and most appropriate setting for the house. The accommodation may lend itself to the creation of a self contained annex or letting unit, perfect for the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Revival meetings only a few miles away. The Property is situated in a rural setting on the outskirts of Aldingbourne, with panoramic views over open farm land. It has a most convenient position being less than a mile from the A27 south coast trunk road and just 2 miles from Barnham station providing a main line train service to London Victoria. The nearby village of Eastergate and Westergate provide a selection of local shops including a sub post office and public house. A more comprehensive range of amenities is available in the Cathedral City of Chichester which has a central pedestrian centre, XIIth Century Cathedral, Pallant House Gallery and the internationally known Festival Theatre. Sporting and recreational activities in the area are numerous including horse racing at both Goodwood and Fontwell Park, vintage motor racing at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, sailing on Chichester Harbour, a number of golf courses and bathing and windsurfing from various beaches along the south coast.

Services Mains electricity, water and drainage.

Local Authority Arun District Council, Civic Centre, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton. 01903 737500